October 20, 2017 // Franchising.com // ATLANTA - Primrose Schools, a leading early education and care franchise, is seeking passionate, driven entrepreneurs at Franchise Expo West (FEW) to help address the rapidly growing demand for high-quality child care in the western United States and across the country. With more than 350 school locations nationwide, Primrose is poised to experience significant growth in the western U.S.
At FEW, which takes place Nov. 2-4 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, attendees can learn about Primrose franchising opportunities at booth #206 and talk with a current Primrose Franchise Owner, who can speak firsthand about the franchise process with interested entrepreneurs.
“We’re looking for Franchise Owners who are interested in giving back and making a meaningful difference in their community,” said Steve Clemente, president of Primrose Schools. “Opening a Primrose school not only meets increased demand for high-quality child care in a particular area, but it also provides entrepreneurs with an opportunity to invest in a legacy for their city, their children and the future.”
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Primrose Schools Director of Franchise Development Kim Nunez and Franchise Owner Nick Kurji – who owns a Primrose school in Pleasanton, Calif., with his wife – will present as panelists for the “Franchisor-Franchisee Relationship: Striking the Perfect Balance” session on Thursday, Nov. 2 in Room 513.
When Kurji first discovered Primrose, he was drawn to the high quality of education that Primrose provides. After he and his wife observed a need for premier early education in the Bay Area, their desire to bring the Primrose Experience to more families motivated the long-time Dallas residents to become Franchise Owners and relocate to Pleasanton to open the first Primrose school in the state of California.
“As parents, we understand the importance of instilling a love of learning during a child's early years, and we believe this is essential to preparing a new generation for success and happiness,” said Kurji. “After learning about the unmatched curriculum and teaching methods of Primrose and the passion of everyone involved with the organization, we quickly became avid supporters of the brand.”
With the help of the Primrose Schools Franchise Team, Kurji was able to apply his retail business experience to managing a successful preschool franchise. The Kurjis plan to open multiple schools in California, inspired in part by the expanding need for high-quality child care and the growth of the industry.
According to the latest Franchise Grade Report, children’s services franchising is growing faster than the franchise industry overall. Primrose Schools continues to lead the industry, ranking no. 1 in the child care category of Entrepreneur’s 2017 Franchise 500. To learn more about Primrose franchising opportunities in the western U.S. and across the country, visit www.PrimroseFranchise.com.
This information is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise. It is for information purposes only. Franchise offerings are made by the Franchise Disclosure Document and are only made in states in which Primrose Schools is authorized to sell franchises.
Primrose Schools is the leader in providing premier early education and care to children and families in the United States. Founded in 1982, there are more than 350 Primrose schools in 29 states today. Each school is independently owned and operated by Franchise Owners who are provided a proven and time-tested business model and exclusive approach to early education, called Balanced Learning®. Primrose offers Franchise Owners the opportunity to invest in a rewarding business that delivers an unparalleled early learning experience for children and families in their community. For more information, visit www.PrimroseFranchise.com, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter, and explore our news site.
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